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Industrial Wasteland


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joey: 15th Nov 2006 - 03:22 GMT

do i smell a reflection?

dfwtiger: 15th Nov 2006 - 13:50 GMT

Hum...I never looked at it with a reflection in mind.....but it does kind of look like a reflection. However, it is just a shot in a bar...no reflection.

patrick flanagan: 6th Jul 2007 - 21:45 GMT

i think i played here in 1985 with an irish band.we also played the pickin parlourii believe the house band were called ?hill station
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dfwtiger: 22nd Aug 2009 - 02:01 GMT

This is the white elephant in the stockyards of Fort Worth

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Now you see him... ....now you don't.

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